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Ben Lawers Hotel
Lawers
Loch Tay

Aberfeldy
Perthshire

PH15 2PA | View map

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With some of the most fantastic views and situated in the heart of one of Scotlands most beautiful and accessable unspoilt areas where we can boast on our doorstep the Lawers mountain range with its 5 Munros and rare alpine plants, Loch Tay, one of Scotlands more peaceful Lochs where you can visit old Lawers Village where the Lady of Lawers once lived or the Crannog Centre. Ben Lawers Hotel offers a chance to escape from the toil of daily life.Ben Lawers has earned a reputation for its friendly atmosphere and good varied food using fresh local produce. With five en-suite bedrooms, food is a big and important part of our hotel. We are neither pretencious nor are we over priced but instead offer a choice of food much of which is sourced from Scottish farmland or waters and cooked uncomplicatedly by chefs trained personally by the proprietor.

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